Riedel’s Bolero Elevates Wireless Communication for the Performing Arts at Spain’s Teatro Real Opera House

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Photo Caption: Riedel’s Bolero elevates wireless communication for the performing arts at Spain’s Teatro Real Opera House.

WUPPERTAL, Germany — Feb. 22, 2024 — Riedel Communications today announced that the Teatro Real opera house, Spain’s premier institution for the performing and musical arts, has upgraded its wireless communication system with Riedel’s Bolero wireless intercom system. Having initially upgraded to Bolero in 2020 due to its advanced features, the Teatro Real now boasts 43 beltpacks, nine antennas, and four NSA interfaces that integrate seamlessly with its existing systems. The Bolero systems ensure coverage across the stage, passageways, and two key halls — Gayarre and Salón de Baile — that are used for various events, enabling clear, reliable communication for all technical staff, wherever they work.

“Bolero’s unparalleled audio quality, swift configuration, and comprehensive coverage across our diverse event spaces have greatly streamlined our workflow,” said Fernando Valiente, Audiovisual Manager at the Teatro Real. “Our staff quickly became comfortable using Bolero beltpacks, and the overall system has become an indispensable asset. Providing the robust functionality and reliability we need to ensure flawless productions and events, Bolero allows us to focus on producing exceptional performances in multiple spaces.”

By implementing and extending its Bolero wireless intercom system, the foundation that manages the Teatro Real has ensured uninterrupted communications and improved workflows across the entire opera house. The flexibility of the Bolero beltpack’s functions has enhanced the overall efficiency of the technical teams. With Bolero’s six keys assigned to all groups, members can communicate with each other at the push of a button. In emergency scenarios, Bolero is the trusted solution, with one beltpack reserved for use in the event of wired communication failure.

“The Teatro Real’s experience with Bolero showcases the transformative power of state-of-the-art wireless intercom technology,” stated Maribel Román, Regional Sales Manager at Riedel. “By investing in Bolero to improve and extend communications throughout the opera house, the Teatro Real has significantly enhanced its overall operations. We’re proud to be a trusted solution provider for this prestigious performing arts institution.”

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Riedel Communications is a leading provider of live production tools in the worlds of media, sports, and entertainment. The company’s hard- and software solutions span from distributed video and audio networks over intercom and replay solutions to WAN and MPLS applications. Thanks to Riedel’s holistic approach, its three business units — Product Division, Managed Technology Division, and Networks Division — can leverage powerful synergies to provide flexible infrastructures, tools, and services for both fixed and temporary installations around the globe, enabling Riedel customers to run even the most complex projects on-site, remotely, or in the cloud. Riedel is headquartered in Wuppertal, Germany, and employs over 1,000 people in 30 locations throughout Europe, Australia, Asia, and the Americas.

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